Tuesday, March 13, 2012 – Conservation authorities want to remind residents of dangers that exist near streams, rivers, ponds and lakes around this time of year.

Spring is quickly approaching and with warmer temperatures, people look forward to getting outdoors. However, warmer temperatures also bring: rain, melting snow and ice, which can contribute to higher, faster flowing water in our watercourses. In addition, slippery and unstable stream banks and extremely cold water temperatures can lead to very hazardous conditions close to any water body.

Please keep your family and pets away from any water’s edge and help make this a safe and enjoyable spring. For more information, call your local conservation authority

  • Conservation Halton
  • Credit Valley Conservation
  • Toronto & Region Conservation Authority
  • Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority
  • Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority
  • Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority
  • Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority
  • Kawartha Conservation
705-328-2271 or 1-800-668-57


Conservation authorities work in partnership with municipalities to protect people and property through flood warning, guiding development and implementing green technologies. CVC has been working for more than 50 years with municipalities and public stakeholders to protect and enhance the natural features of the Credit River area.

Jeff Wong
Water Operations Engineer
Credit Valley Conservation
905-670-1615 ext 269
[email protected]

Marta Marychuk
Corporate Communications
Credit Valley Conservation
905-670-1615 ext. 224
[email protected]

Scroll to Top